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Convert PowerPoint to DVD?


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I bought this product from the description about running slideshows on a DVD. I guess I was mistaken, cause what I meant was PowerPoint slide shows. I don't want to have to go back to my source slides and recaption, etc. I jsut want a manual menu by chapter, and an automatic slide show that will show on most DVD players. Doesn't this product do that? If not, any recommendations?

 

I guess I didn't realize it would require a 'conversion' from PP to DVD movie format. I'm still learning

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Ann

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I bought this product from the description about running slideshows on a DVD. I guess I was mistaken, cause what I meant was PowerPoint slide shows. I don't want to have to go back to my source slides and recaption, etc. I jsut want a manual menu by chapter, and an automatic slide show that will show on most DVD players. Doesn't this product do that? If not, any recommendations?

 

I guess I didn't realize it would require a 'conversion' from PP to DVD movie format. I'm still learning

:mellow:

 

Ann

I am sorry but you can not burn PowerPoint to DVD directly with out third party software, because PowerPoint is not MPEG-2 Video formats which you can burn to disc directly with common burning software, you need certain software to convert your PowerPoint to MPEG-2 or that software has the function of burn PowerPoint to directly .

 

in fact, there commonly two steps, first convert to a certain video such as MPEG-2, then burn the video to disc.

And there are some software can do this at a time

Fox example: Acoolsoft PPT2DVD is a good solution of burning PowerPoint to DVD

 

Hope it can help you

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By this way you can create a DVD with menu support control by a remote!

EMC 9 will do that also if you use the Slide Show Assistant and select DVD Projector slide show transition. Reach the Slide Show Assistant by going to the Photo Tab and selecting it there. That gives you a three step process form making the slide show. That last step is an output step. You can select to do final editing in Video Wave or you can burn to a disc.

 

Since you are now talking about the same functionality that in is EMC 9, please do not post additional information about that other program unless you can get them to pay some of the cost for this forum. ;)

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I bought this product from the description about running slideshows on a DVD. I guess I was mistaken, cause what I meant was PowerPoint slide shows. I don't want to have to go back to my source slides and recaption, etc. I jsut want a manual menu by chapter, and an automatic slide show that will show on most DVD players. Doesn't this product do that? If not, any recommendations?

 

I guess I didn't realize it would require a 'conversion' from PP to DVD movie format. I'm still learning

:mellow:

 

Ann

 

If you don't have any "builds" on the pps, you can export the slides as jpg images. You can then use those images in a DVD slide show. If you want manual control over the images, use the Slide Show Assistant from the Home Application page. It should be the last one down under utilities. Select the "DVD projector" slide show transition. If you have builds, what you'll be exporting is the final build with all of the text or images on that jpg file.

 

Do this for each of your slide shows - what you called chapters. Use MyDVD to create a menu adding each of the slide shows as a new movie. You will get a button for each of the slide shows and once you select the one you want, you'll have manual control. If you have several slide shows, you may wind up with a second or third menu page.

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If you don't have any "builds" on the pps, you can export the slides as jpg images. You can then use those images in a DVD slide show. If you want manual control over the images, use the Slide Show Assistant from the Home Application page. It should be the last one down under utilities. Select the "DVD projector" slide show transition. If you have builds, what you'll be exporting is the final build with all of the text or images on that jpg file.

 

Do this for each of your slide shows - what you called chapters. Use MyDVD to create a menu adding each of the slide shows as a new movie. You will get a button for each of the slide shows and once you select the one you want, you'll have manual control. If you have several slide shows, you may wind up with a second or third menu page.

 

 

You can not burn ppt to DVD directly.

u should use some third party tools.

Tools:

1. XXXX free trial from

2. a dvd burner

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